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-terrorism laws. the feeling is that al qaeda is behind a lot of the attacks still going on, and al qaeda is sunni. a lot of the arrests are made in sunni communities. these were sparked in december with the arrest of bodyguards of a senior sunni politician. they have not let up since then. every friday, there are mass prayers and protest in sunni towns and provinces. those provinces have essentially been cut off on fridays from baghdad. , it was the same grievances. these are coordinated protest, and they have taken an increased hard-line turn with clerics and other leaders who have not been known before, taking a different direction. >> all right, jane, thank you once again. jane arraf on the line from iraq. has exploded outside the french of the sea and the libyan capital tripoli. two security guards were injured in the blast. still not clear who is behind the attack. jacky rowland has the story and reaction from paris. >> the force of the explosion brought down the walls of nearby buildings and started a fire that engulfed some offices inside the embassy. one french security officer was seriou
expense- because of that, we have laws. you know, another pattern in societies that guides right action- in other words, if the obligation isn't enough, then we'll provide methods and punishments and rules and regulations for it. now, you know, when the speed limit was 55 miles an hour on the interstate, i never went above 55 because i instinctively have this ethical sense- but i saw a lot of people doing it. and so that's why we have the good old state police out there to reel them in, so you've got a lot of that. and you believe that- i don't lie either. anyway, a more troublesome one- obligation comes from religious community, comes from family- we're having a lot of trouble with that in our society. laws come from the power of the state usually, but also, for instance, in islam, the sharia, the islamic law that governs things. in israel, in a funny kind of twist, although it's a secular state, jewish- a religious law governs many of the aspects there. so laws are out there. the one that's more difficult is values- another kind of pattern. we hear a lot about values lately. these set
was willing to face the court of law and he was even willing to go to jail if necessary. so he's come back and wants to fight it out. however, this would be one disappointed man given the fact that you saw in that report he's been disqualified from all people. so a major setback for musharraf. >> that's our correspondent joining from us islamabad. thank you. egypt is facing its worst economic crisis in decades, and yet not everyone is impressed with billions of dollars pouring in from some neighboring countries. that story is coming up. plus, the drugs in west africa, find out why nigeria has becoma. >> there was just a major, major explosion. >> police in texas say an explosion at a fertilizer plant has killed as many as 15 people, as well as injuring more than 150. local emergency services are treating the victims from the nearby stadium. investigate -- investigate tords may have found i amages of a potential suspect in the boston marathon bombing. a court in pakistan has ordered the arrest of former president, pervez musharraf, local tv showed him leaving the court after the ruling. mus
court decision against him and say he was not given his full constitutional rights under the law. >> already this row about whether he should have been read his so-called miranda hospital rights. it really underlines the kind of scrutiny this trial is going to be subjected to once it's underway. ,> the scrutiny for the trial but also the scrutiny of the investigation up to this point. people will be wanting to know why the fbi interviewed the older brother in 2011 at the request of the russian government, who were concerned about his links to chechen separatists. at that point they came back and said there was nothing to worry about. ,s president barack obama said they have to find out why two young men who came to this country 10 years ago, who studied here and seem to be part of the fabric of society then suddenly decided to do what they did. who perhaps radicalize them, who guided them? was there someone dictating what they do? ity people leave -- believe is too disillusioned people -- two disillusioned young man working on their own. they will not get a chance to speak to him
says this event will change the face of the city. >> it will be a heightened the law enforcement presence consistent with the severity and seriousness of ongoing investigation. people should expect those riding tehe t,th there will be random bad checks. >> security has been stepped up at a sensitive locations around the world. boston may have been the target. the impact is being felt much further. 3 people killed in that attack. boston hospitals have been inundated with injured people. 144 people injured and being treated. that includes 10 children. 17 are in critical or life- threatening conditions. 10 people have had to have their limbs amputated. a sign of how serious that attack was. to other news now. barack obama will welcome his counterpart to washington for talks next week. this comes as north korea makes threats against the southern neighbor. state television says the statement saying it would attack enemies without notice. the statement came as north korea marked the birthday of the founding father. north korea says the latest military threat against the south comes as
felt that the fbi and law enforcement officers knew far more about the suspect van they were letting on. that appears to be the case. in the last few minutes we have decided to reveal what ap has been saying, that the two suspects are brothers from chechnya. >> in deed, brothers from chechnya. we believe their approximate ages, in their early 20's. possibly one of them, possibly suspect number two, who now has been named dzohkar tsarnaev, if i am pronouncing it correctly, may even have a massachusetts driver's license. one ofnow that he was the persons in the vehicle, that carjacking that took place where there was the shootout with police, or suspect number one, who has not been named and who is now deceased, and suspect number two remains at large as a result of that shootout. police have been for many hours looking for the second suspect. it is not clear, though -- his brother, we now know, sustained very serious injuries, especially to the torso, possibly from a massive explosion of the device being detonated. we don't know if the second suspect sustained injuries in any way. what i
ago. >> we are hearing that from a law-enforcement official. there was an interview at the request of a foreign government. concernequested out of that the fbi spoke with him two years ago because there was concern that before he was about to make an overseas trip, he had in extremist ties. the fbi spoke with him and reported back to the foreign government that they had no concern and this trip would be ok. following this trip, we are hearing that he went to russia where he had family and he came back much more religious and much more observant of his islamic faith. this came from friends that knew him. this is something that will now be a part of this investigation as the president, after speaking with reporters, following the arrest, there will be a full investigation and the full federal resources will be dedicated to answering some of these questions. that is one question that will be examined -- if there was a concern and he was on the radar, why wasn't it followed up on? thank you. more and more is being learned about the two tysarnaev brothers. there were chechen nationals w
here based on islamic law. intelligent passed on to the united states had already led to tamerlan being interviewed by the fbi. this is one video you posted on youtube. caspian sea shore on saturday, young brides were celebrating their weddings. family ties taking precedence over anything else here. the celebrations, the police were carrying automatic rifles. >> in israel, three major airlines have gone on strike. they are protesting against the open agreement with the european union. a bomb in northwest pakistan has it a military convoy killing four pakistani soldiers. voting is underway in the ivory coast to elect mayors and councilman seen as a trial run for the presidential vote in 2013. 3000 people were killed following the last presidential election three years ago. the polls are about to open in paris why. political turmoil last year led to their expulsion from the latin american trading bloc. it is a busy family business. they import parts from china and assembles one motorcycle every two minutes. much of the production is exported to members of the south american trade bloc. th
woman after she was gang raped on a bus led to national protests. indian law has since been amended to include the death penalty in case of rape. that may mean very little to the five-year-old girl who is still recovering in hospital after her two-day ordeal. doctors say her life is no longer in danger. al jazeera. 208 people are now known to have died in the earthquake that struck sichuan province in china. the premier visited some of the injured. li keqiang praised the work of medical staff and called for all-out efforts to rescue people still trapped in the rubble. >> the frantic search for signs of life in the rubble of sichuan province. one day after the quake struck, and in some places, people are still being pulled out alive from the wreckage. many villages across the area have been severely damaged. like here. when the earthquake struck, he broke his arm. but his father, brother, and nephew were all killed. >> i tried to call my brother, but could not get through. i rushed her only to see a crowd of people tend to grab their family out of the ruins. but they failed -- trying
there will be breaking australian law. australia has a big lebanese community. are believedalia to be in of that community. australia posted foreign minister has said a big investment in time and resources is going into finding out how many are part of al qaeda in a non.in leba >> elkton police have arrested six individuals for recruiting people to fight in syria. -- belgian police. there were plotting illegal activity in belgium as well. in russia, a court has adjourned the trial of a leading anti- corruption blogger for a week. he's charged with stealing $500,000 from a state-run firm to suppo. if convicted, the 36-year-old could be jailed for 10 years. the trial of five former executives of a firm that produced faulty silicon for breast implants is under way in southern france. hundreds of women are gathering to tell stories of their suffering. the now defunct company made the implants that were prone to rupture. more than 125,000 women receive them before sales ended in 2010. now more. >> the company bonds and other executives on trial are accused of aggravated fraud. this i
republican law markes said tsarnaev should be declared an enemy combatant and the case ve to a military tribal in guantanamo bay. >> he is an american citizen. he is responsible for a crime here in america. but i trust the attorney general to make that call and make it wisely. and that decision cannot be made until a team of special investigators speaks with tsarnaev. it's an interrogation which seems may still be delayed for some time. >> thousands of runners in the british capital in london have paid tribute to the victims of the bomb explosions. the london marathon began with a moment of silence to commen rate the attack in boston. and they expressed their support of families of the killed and injured as security was increased for the race. >> there's a case due to be eard for an person who insulted the king. >> and we'll have the late frest india where there were more vigils and protests of the alleged rape and torture of a 5-year-old girl. and it's for footballer for an appetite of destruction, biting off more than he could choose perhaps. ore details on that coming up. >> rescue t
, the evil has not abated. such incidents are still on the rise throughout the country. law alone cannot prevent such incidents. a change in attitude of people and society only will check such such inhuman crimes against children and women. i am sure that they will join me in condemning this barbaric incident and pray to god for the speedy recovery of the child. >> in southwest china, earthquake victims in remote villages say they have been forgotten by the government and are desperate for aid. they are also afraid that aftershocks will destroy what little they have left. close enough to the epicenter to lose their homes, but not close enough to get immediate help. is -- villages along the edge of the quake zone. it has been two days since the magnitude 6.6 earthquake hit. they say they have received almost no government help despite the massive relief effort now underway. >> i have had one bottle of water in the last two days. nobody cares. >> he and his neighbors are now forced to live outside. they are afraid that the aftershocks could destroy their homes that have artie been damaged.
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